How NOT To Get Your Book Reviewed by The New York Times

//How NOT To Get Your Book Reviewed by The New York Times

How NOT To Get Your Book Reviewed by The New York Times

Ever wonder why The New York Times doesn’t review your book?

Here’s why, according to an article published on December 18, 2006 in the Week in Review Section by Byron Calame, the Public Edtor.

1. They don’t review self-published books. Let’s not get into the debate about the quality of self published books. I know they are good. And I know you’ll make more money publishing the book than if you sell it to a traditional publisher.

2. They don’t review books in these categories: self-help, how-to, diet, and financial guide books.

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Dan Janal
Your Fearless PR LEADER

By |2005-12-18T11:44:00+00:00December 18th, 2005|PR LEADS General Advice|0 Comments

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Dan Janal, author of "Write Your Book In A Flash!" helps leaders write books so they can get more clients and sell more products. My clients get terrific results from my coaching, developmental editing and ghostwriting. For info, go to

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